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New RA Research: 5 Top Takeaways

Rheumatology Conference

RA researchers from around the world recently met online to share the latest findings on treating your disease.

Here are 5 hot takeaways:

 

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Linda’s Patient Journey – March 2020 Autoimmune Month

Linda's RA Journey
Week 1: Leading up to diagnosis… Sitting in the doctor’s exam room, I wasn’t expecting to hear the words my healthcare provider said, “You have rheumatoid arthritis.” I was blank, staring.  I didn’t even know the questions to ask at the moment. In the four months prior, I hurt. The…
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RA and Your Heart: Tips for Healthy Living

RA & Heart Disease: How to Lower Your Risk
RA and Your Heart: Tips for Healthy Living Heart health is a high priority when you have rheumatoid arthritis. RA increases your risk of heart and blood vessels disease, also known as cardiovascular disease (CVD).  CVD includes atherosclerosis, where plaque slowly builds up inside the walls of your arteries. Over…
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Pain & RA Disease Activity: When They Don’t Align

Pain & RA Disease Activity: When They Don't Align
Pain can be a part of life with RA. Even if your therapy is working and you’re in remission, you can still experience pain: More than 10% of people with RA who had achieved one standard definition of disease remission still reported persistent pain in one study¹.  Why Pain Matters…
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Exercise and RA: Tips to Get Fit and Stick With It

Exercise and RA: Tips to Get Fit and Stick With It
If improving your fitness is on your list, you’re not alone: Getting more exercise is one of the top three resolutions during this pandemic.  Here are some tips to keep in mind if you haven’t exercised recently: Be safe. Before you start any new activity, talk to your rheumatologist or…
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